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the country for three years now saying the obama administration has been using secret law to engage in domestic spying that would stun the american people and yet they were prevented even members of the senate intelligence committee were prevented from
way. the scandal that arose in washington before our stories began is about the fact that the obama administration is trying to criminalize journalism by going through the phone records of a.p. reporters, and co-conspirators in felonies in working with sources, that means every journalist in the united states who works with their sources, receives classified information is a criminal. it's precisely those theories
administration has created a culture of intimidation. first is he right, and secondly is it the obama administration or is it just the government? and this has been going on for some time? >> well, the obama administration seems to have stretched it a bit and the irs is certainly a culture of immigration. but on my web page i published a hundred things i hate about the government that don't even include the nsa scandal because this has been going on for years from the drug war to telling parents what schools their kids must go to to corporate welfare. every year government grows, they have 175,000 criminal laws now, the feds alone, that nobody can keep track of, but you go to jail if you don't obey them. government has gone way beyond overreach. >> all right. we have a situation like we reported the other night how the government agriculture department is supplying meanting income for wineries and at the same time they're cutting money for women, infants, and children. there's sort of the insanity of it. we've got a tax code that no one fills out his or her own tax return because no o
be a stunning catch in the obama administration's crackdown on government leaks. it would suggest even the most powerful can't be snared. not only is it significant that the obama administration has apparently no compunction about going after people at the very highest levels of the u.s. government in its effort to stem leaks, but there's also this consideration am a supposedly it was the new york times story that launched this latest investigation alma but officials have told nbc news that it did not use any subpoenas to get information from the reporter involved in order to start this investigation against a retired pentagon general. >> meanwhile, edward snowden's decision to expose u.s. surveillance programs has provoked an international trade dispute. he wants to claim asylum in ecuador. the president of ecuador has accused the united states of trying to blackmail him into handing over this former nsa contractor. president correa says he will not give into washington's threats to cut business ties. >> to grant or deny asylum is an inherent right of a sovereign nation. it is unacceptable to
. you can anticipate that the obama administration will not even push back on what this union is demanding for its employees. it is a shame here. the obama administration will kowtow to the friends who are union thugs and the leadership of the unions are thugs and they will not push back. unfortunately because it gives a bad name to the brothers and sisters in the union who want to produce well for the american public and do their job. it is the leadership that is engage in the thuggery that obama will not push back. >> we have no idea how high up the scandal goes. if the irs is able or willing to target conservative groups. we learned that the fbi director muler said they are targeting americans with drones. your thoughts? >> that's very disturbing. i think what muler is telling us hey, america on u.s. soil, we are going to shoot you down just a little bit, because he's talking about the minimal impact of drones on u.s. soil. and now, what this allows us to understand though, that ram paul was right when the senator engaged in the filibuster and what he asked for a couple of
here, the obama administration will cowtow to their friends that are union thugs that is so many leaders are thugs. they won't push back. because this it gives a bad name to the brothers and sisters within the union, just want to produce well and do their jobs. it's their leadership that is unfortunately he will not push back. >> eric: we don't know how high this goes up. if the irs is committed to targeting conservative groups, you have to wonder if that is spread throughout the federal government right now. the reason why i bring that up this week we also learned that f.b.i. director mueller said they are targeting americans with drones. your thoughts. >> that is very disturbing because i think what mueller is telling us, we're not going shoot you down a little bit. he is talking about minimal impact of drones on u.s. soil. now what this allows us to understand that rand paul was right when a senator engaged in the filibuster and what he was asking for a couple months ago. he was asking for unanswered questions about domestic use of drones. the impact on the american public. wh
cain, you can get o boat it, obama administration struggled tonight to bridge to justice edward snowden. obama administration finding great difficulty and little help from other nations as snowden reportedly fled hong kong to fly to moscow with destination unknown as he searches for asylum with aid of fellow leakers, weekers, wikileaks, eds the latest for us. >> reporter: president obama has faced heat for not weighing in more forcefully the snowed know the snowden case, he spoke on it briefly. >> we're following all of the appropriate legal channels, and working with various other countries to make sure that rule of law is observed. beyond that, i will refer to the justice department. >> reporter: up to carn to declare that administration believes that snowden is a fugitive, as carney tried to shift blame to china. warning president should, risk. >.>> it was a choice by the government, to release a fugitive despite a valid arrest warrant that decision has a negative impact on u.s.-china relationship. >> reporter: republicans insist it is mr. obama who looks weak since president the of
direction. we're willing to say that the obama administration got something right. in forming this agreement, signing it in february of 2012, secretary clinton signed this agreement with the foreign minister from mexico, espinoza, to open up this area known as the western gap in the gulf of mexico so both countries, mexico and the united states, can explore and start producing oil and natural gas from this area. what it does is creates a broader legal certainty along that u.s.-mexico boundary area to foster more american energy development, job creation. the bureau of ocean energy management estimates that this area contains as much as 172 million barrels of oil and 34 billion cubic feet of natural gas. shared resources. but they're shared under a common border, a border teen the united states government and mexico -- a border between the united states government and mexico. but think about a border, think of it out in the gulf of mexico, it's a maritime boundy. these resources lie underneath the earth's outer continental shelf. so who do these resources belong to? this agreement says they a
of national security issues, and particularly the conduct of the obama administration. so if you were looking for the kind of channel to get this sort of material out, then glenn greenwald is somebody who you would expect to take it seriously, know a great deal about it and be able to distribute it. but "the guardian" has a recently long kind of history of disclosing really astonishing stories. very recently in the last two or three years phone hacking. >> phone hacking is a classic example. we will talk to both of you later this hour. i've got to get to a break. when we come back, more on the media coverage of this remarkable unfolding story. in parks across the country, families are coming together to play, stay active, and enjoy the outdoors. and for the last four summers, coca-cola has asked america to choose its favorite park through our coca-cola parks contest. winning parks can receive a grant of up to $100,000. part of our goal to inspire more than three million people to rediscover the joy of being active this summer. see the difference all of us can make... together. the day buildin
nancy pelosi was challenged over criticism of edward snowden and the defense of the obama administration surveillance olicies during the netroots mission converts in california. as she spoke about the need to balance secure with privacy rights, an activist shadid "it is not a balance. it makes us less safe." calusa was later booed when she mentioned snowden. >> as far as snowden, he did violate the law in terms of releasing those documents. we don't know -- [boos] i understand, i understand, but it did violate the law. , again, we have to have the balance between security and privacy. >> in pakistan, a group of gunmen shot dead 10 foreigners and a pakistani guide on a mountain climbing trip. the pakistan taliban took responsibility for the attack, saying it was retaliation for u.s. drone strike last month that killed a taliban deputy chief and six other people. the militants disguised themselves in paramilitary police uniforms and kidnapped guides to bring them to the remote camp at the base of nanga parbat, one of the world's highest mountains. they stormed the camp and opened fire, kil
for barack obama's administration referred to the dispute between japan and china at his confirmation hearing. he said he will do everything in his power to ease tensions over highlands in the region. >> we had this discussion directly with the chinese and i think that the chinese similarly are in no doubt that america stands by the allies. >> russell spoke in washington at a senate confirmation hearing and he has been nominated for assistant secretary of state for east asian and pacific affairs. he stepped down in january. japanese and chinese leaders are at odds over the senkaku islands. they control the territory and china and taiwan claim it. six countries claim islands in the south china sea. operators of an experimental fast breeder reactor were ordered to not restart operations last month after it was found as many as 10,000 check ups have been missed. the operator said it discovered 2300 more missed inspections. officials at the japan atomic energy energy said the new lly controlled rods. . >> translator: we are sorry to have under mined public trust by failing to check more equipment
successfully broke from hiding. >> reporter: tonight the obama administration is blasting hong kong for allowing edward snowden to leave when he didn't have a valid passport. and for not honoring their request to arrest him. now state department officials are reaching out to the countries where snowden may travel, their message, don't let him in and send him back to the u.s. edward snowden on the move and dodging espionage charges. this morning he landed in moscow aboard a russian jetliner. after fleeing hong kong with the assistance of the anti-secrecy organization wikileaks. >> i want to get him caught and brought back for trial. >> they should use every legal avenue we have to bring him back to the united states. >> reporter: the move infuriating and embarrassing washington, which has asked hong kong to extradite snowden. nbc's ian williams is in hong kong. >> the government here saying that legally it was powerless to stop him. they blamed that on the american paperwork saying that the request for the arrest warrant didn't fully comply with hong kong law and had to be returned.
with bangladesh. the obama administration will suspend tax breaks for bangladesh exports due to growing concern over labor safety. following a factory collapse in april that killed over 1,100 workers, trade groups have pushed for action. some officials have argued the suspension will deal an economic blow to the developing nation. the obama administration says the country is not taking steps to afford recognized worker rights. the american held hostage by his own workers in china is free again. chip starnes, co- owner of specialty medical supples, went to china to lay off 30 employees as he moves a manufacturing division to india to lower production costs. employees demanded severance packages and back pay, and barricaded him inside the plant. on thursday morning, they reached an agreement and starnes was set free. the plant will continue to operate with new workers, including some of starnes' captors. in our cover story, the millennial party known as "techweek" has kicked off in chicago. a lot of d-js, after- hours parties, and, during the day, a gathering of high-tech creators hoping to draw
snowden, new details emerge about the obama administration's crackdown on potential whistleblowers. under the insider threat program, federal employees are urged to keep close tabs on co- workers and look for signs of a co-worker. "the onion" during a lunch break could be seen as suspicious. and then, eve ensler and "in the body of the world: a memoir." >> this is coakley and attend to return to my body and the body of the world and the earth. i was separated from my body as a child because of the violence that my father perpetrated on me, sexual and physical violence, that forced me to leave myself because it was too dangerous and painful to live in my body. by eveill be joined ensler are at and christina schuler deschryver. and a ruling on affirmative action. this is democracy now!,, the war and peace report. i'm amy goodman. the mystery surrounding the whereabouts of national security agency whistleblower edward snowden is deepening after reports he landed in moscow sunday after leaving hong kong. the russian foreign minister certification a lavrov insists snowden neve
the obama administration. cuba has a sophisticated espionage service thatle tros the regime and undermines u.s. interests. if the nsa leaker shares our intelligence capabilities with either, it would further jeopardize our national security. clearly they're not buying the idea that he's looking for democracy, he's looking for a place that dislikes america. >> and supposedly he's carting around executers full of information. so this is obviously -- >> a big concern for the united states. >> a big concern to the u.s.. i want to -- let me just play chuck schumer because i want to bring all of you all in here on the u.s./russian relationship and what this does for it. here was chuck schumer this morning. >> what's infuriating here is prime minister putin of russia aiding and abetting snowden's escape. the bottom line is very simple. allies are supposed to treat each other in decent ways. and putin always seems almost eager to put a finger in the eye of the united states, whether it is syria, iran and now of course with show denowden. that's not how allies should treat each other and i think it w
either the obama administration is making this priority or certainly russia, china and others are just ignoring it. >> eric: obviously the nsa director tom donilon he expected hong kong would abide by the treaty and turn him over to us. >> hong kong says that we didn't have the right paperwork. we didn't do legally what was required. i don't think this is a priority. let's also talk about the enablers here which is the "new york times" and mainstream media in washington. we have a story, a profile piece this morning on john kerry. michael gordon the "new york times" reporter doesn't mention the word china. it's a puff piece how great john kerry is doing but we don't mention snowden or china. here hong kong is holding snowden and john jury doing everything deliberating kli right. >> eric: what do you want him to do. he has a photo of obama and putin together. he may now be in moscow. russian authorities knew about that and now going to cuba. >> this is what they have to do. they have to use er tool available. you have to make it clear to the chinese and russians, this is not just a dipl
: the state department tried to dismiss ecuador's demand the obama administration explain in writing why the nsa leaker edward snowden should be denied asylum. >> will the united states be submitting a written request to ecuador? >> we will continue to be in discussion with them. >> reporter: ecuador foreign minister said it could take months for the nation to decide, comparing the snowden case to that of the case of julian assange, living at the ecuadorian embassy in london. >> it took time to make the decision with assange. >> reporter: the russian embassy told fox a transit visa is good for 72 hours. theoretically, it should expire today. after that, a traveler needs a tourist visa. the state department said a one way flight to the u.s. is another option. >> that's the travel document we are prepared to issue, an individual accused of serious crime. >> reporter: after snowden was a no show on the monday flight to cuba, they say there are no current reservations. the russian president used colorful language to say the u.s. government is more light than heat. >>translator: dealing with
are the them. >> reporter: the difference between the obama administration and its critics is the lesson that each has learned. through the '70s, '80s, and '90s, the united states dealt with terrorism as a crime. >> what we found, we were repeatedly attacked, and attacks became more audacious over time. >> reporter: and the result was the first september 11th attack. >> reporter: john boulton is a fox news contributor. >> it was that attack, tragically, that made us realize that we were in a war. and that the way to deal with international terrorism was to treat it as you would treat an active aggression again the united states by a hostile power. >> reporter: but the rise of barack obama was part of an emphatic turning away of bush foreign policies. bush's global war on terror vanished from the presidential vocabulary. the middle east and all of its problems would be mthrough smar. >> thank you. >> reporter: obama began what his critics called an apology tour and in a june 2009 speech in cairo, he suggested bush's freedom agenda for the muslim world was a clumsy overreach. >> no system
them. so it is unfortunate, i think, that the obama administration has not been capturing people and when you bring up the case of the man who is captured, his father's been on u.s. television. not on mainstream television. but on some very fantastic tv led democracy now that amy goodman hosts. and you heard him say that his son could easily have been captured. there were never any charges against him. he was just considered a killer. even more tragic is the fact that senior old american and his son was killed in a separate drone strike with a bunch of teenagers from yemen. all we did is say that there is a bunch of militants there was a 21-year-old militant so i think it is important to look at u.s. citizens we do not have something which most of us thought that we did have. and this includes the right to a trial. but to have eric holder, and the attorney general to tell a group of northwestern students here in illinois that should've been something that just kind of woke up the entire legal community. and the rest of us who would would really like to make sure that we do have t
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government, and claiming the obama administration specifically secretary kerry is attempting to quote bully other nations to extradict snowden to the u.s. >> he's healthy and safe and they are in contact with their legal team. i cannot give further information as to their whereabouts or present circumstances. it reflects poorly on the u.s. administration and no selfrespecting country would submit to such interference or such bullying by the u.s. in this matter. >> reporter: earlier today ecuador's foreign minister telling who reporters that they are strongly considering snowden's application as well as the extradition. >> there are some governments that act more upon their own interests but we do not. we act upon our principles and we take care of the human rights of people. >> reporter: the russian airline confirmed there is a ticket in snowden's name traveling from moscow to cuba. the flight to havana this morning has gone and apparently without the nsa leaker. a former senior intelligence official telling fox news that it's possible the russians will choose not to arrest snowden citing t
with bombings in countries around the world. drones have been a trail component of what the obama administration calls the counterterrorism strategy. there's been a dramatic ease escalation in the use of drones to strike not just in pakistan, yemen, occasionally somalia. the u.s., under president obama, is very much building up covert capabilities on the african continent. when i was in the airport on my way here, i ran into a young guy who said he was going for deployment. i said, where are you going? he said, i'm going to a place called jay booty, and the u.s., of course, took over an old french military base there, and out of that base is the conventional u.s. military under the offices of africom, but there's militaries and elite commandos from the command that use that as a staging ground to run operationings into somalia and elsewhere. they train forces from ethiopia, uganda, and burr ruin dirty wars. the u.s. is contemplating building another base in mali to target another group in the al-qaeda. you have a base in ethiopia and a relatively new base across the water on the arabian speans l
to doing. what is your reaction in the news? >> well, the obama administration's record. i think it's very surprising to accuse somebody of espionage who has not worked for a foreign government and did not covertly pass information to an adversary to the united states, he went to newspaper and asked newspapers to leak out the information to make sure the only thing being published are things to inform the public but not give away secrets, and that's not espionage. this has been used very, very sparingly throughout american history until the obama administration, and it's punishing and prosecuting, and in that regard i think it's unsurprising. >> one of the complaints is theft of government property. the specific language is unauthorized communication of national defense communication, and willful communication to an unauthorized person and a section of the u.s. code, that last one comes in from the 1917 legislation, and my question is doesn't the government have to do something? somebody who worked for the government and inside the government skips out with 1,000 classified documents. this
henry traveling with the president in senegal. the obama administration has some friendly advice for ek dor to edward snowden. today another example of the kind of information the government doesn't want you to know. can't seem to keep it under wraps. here is chief intelligence correspondent catherine harich. >> reporter: publishing one secret document it is alleged president obama allowed the nsa to sweep up regards that showed the internet and e-mail usage of american citizens. this so-le called internet meta data record s i.p. addresses an e-mails which can show a pattern of behavior on the web. after a review a spokesman for the intelligence chief says the program which begin after 9/11 was discontinued in 2011 for operational and resource reasons and has not been restarted. on allegations of odom stick spying the nsa director said the system is secure. >> there are actions that were taken to prevent a future leak. we have taken it off the get-go in terms of protecting our networks. all the things you would expect us to do we are doing, and more. >> reporter: on the list of 50 -- al
for a connecting flight to cuba. it is becoming embarrassing for obama administration. >> the administration was embarrassed when he had a 29-year-old person that contracted and leaked these documents. is the administration embarrassed that you can't track him down, cat and mouse game for the world to see? >> i think i have been clear about the actions we have taken and our assessment of failure of authorities in hong kong to act appropriately on a provisional arrest. we have known where he is believe we know where he is now and there are on-going conversations about that. beyond that, we'll have to assess as time passes. >> so where is the president in all this? here are his law professorish comments from this afternoon. >> what we know is we are following all of the appropriate legal channels and working with various other countries to make sure that rule of law is observed, and beyond that, i'll refer to the justice department that has been actively involved in the case. >> all right. so was that a sufficient explanation? >> let's talk about jay carney a second. the administration is outr
believed to be hiding out there. molly henneberg, is hong kong going to fight the obama administration's request to bring snowden back to the u.s.? >> rick, the u.s. made the request and one senior obama administration official says if hong kong doesn't act soon, it will, quote, complicate our bilateral relations. the two countries have an extradition treaty. a security advisor told cbs, quote, hong kong has been a historically good partner of the united states in law enforcement matters. and we expect them to comply with the treaty in this case. edward snowden had been staying in a hong kong hotel, but checked out june 10. it's assumed he's still in hong kong, but it's not clear. >> rick: if china wants to put up a fight or make it difficult for the u.s. to get snowden back here, is there any way for them to do that? >> yes. hong kong is largely in many ways controlled by china and one hong kong law maker says china may step in and make sure snowden is not extradited so that chinese intelligence can get ahold of any u.s. secrets and paperwork that snowden has with him. here is what on
to this country. are they thumbing their noses at obama administration? >>> nsa leaker edward snowden is on the run. he flew out hong kong. hong kong says it denied the u.s. request to detain snowden because it did not receive proper documentation. the justice department says it's disappointed in hong kong's refusal to arrest snowden. right now snowden is holed up in moscow. the fragile u.s./russia relationship may be facing a big test. his ultimate destination might be ecuador, the same country that helped julien assange. the u.s. yanks snowden's passport and is asking other countries to turn him away. democratic senator charles schumer is pointing fingers at russia's leader. >> what is infuriating here is prime minister putin of russia aiding and abetting snowden's escape. the bottom line is very simple. allies are supposed to treat each other in decent ways. >> let's bring in our political panel. anna navarro is in beautiful miami right now. special correspondent for the kelly goff joins me here. what does this say about america's diplomatic standing in the world? some u.s
asked for asylum. the obama administration not happy hong kong let him leave and wants russia to return him. it's an international game of mad libs here. we expect to government to look at all options available to expel him back to the u.s. to face the crimes with which he's charged. we have a report from phil in moscow. >> reporter: at the airport, there were early signs the government of ecuador was playing a role in the escape of snowden. this was the ambassador's car parked outside. this official got lost inside the terminal. >> no comments. >> are you hear in relation to mr. snowden at all? the world learned of his sudden departure from hong kong when he was already in the air. a big group of russian and international journalists waited to meet him. snowden stayed inside the terminal. soon after, the government of ecuador confirmed he asked for asylum. ecuador is protecting one other man, wikileaks founder, julian assange. he's been living in the london embassy for a week. wikileaks said snowden asked the organization to help find a country to help protect him. he's bound
being waged by the obama administration is not a matter of hyperbole but a matter of math, meaning the number of whistleblowers persecuted under the obama administration is far more than any other president in history and he knows he'll face extreme punishment simply for having come forward. and that leads to the second reason and that is he needs to find a place that is able and willing to grant him asylum and shield him from that persecution. he's not searching for political nirvana. he's searching for a place where he can be safe and remain free and participate in the debate and ecuador seems to be the place he has chosen. >> glenn, the new law in ecuador that was passed actually restricts what the press can write. what president obama is doing is going after leaks and that, according to investigative reporters, is having a chilling effect on what they can report, but it's certainly not the same type of war on free press that we see in ecuador. >> yeah. i'm not suggesting that they're equal. as i said, he's not running around the world searching for what he thinks is a beacon of
froman said the obama administration will evaluate ecuador's eligibility for trade benefits. his comments came one day after democratic senator robert menendez said the welcoming snowden would severely jeopardize u.s. relations with ecuador. the ecuadorian president said his country's dignity has no price. >> all of a sudden, trade tariffs became black male. behave or leave the free trade movement. ,n the face of threats arrogance of certain u.s. sectors, which have pressure to remove the preferential tariffs because of the snowden case, ecuador tells the world, we unilaterally and irrevocably denounce the preferential tariffs. our dignity has no price. >> is government followed up with a dig at the obama administration by offering to donate millions of dollars for human rights training in the united states on matters of " privacy, torture and other actions that are denigrating to humanity." later in the day, he said ecuador cannot evaluate snowden's asylum bid until he is within ecuadorian territory. snowden is believed to remain in transit area of a moscow air work. speaking during his
this morning the obama administration has been engaged in an unprecedented war against whistle-blowers, people who bring transparent soy to what they're doing, and he believes it's vital he stay out of the clutches of the u.s. government because of the record of the obama administration on people who disclose wrongdoing that the political officials are doing in the dark. and he apparently is headed to a democratic country that will grant him asylum from this persecution. >> so, he does not intend to return to the united states. he intends to fight extradition. what else does he intend to do? you have been in contact with him. is there additional information he is prepared to leak to bolster his and your claim that he is actually a whistle-blower and not a criminal responsible for espionage? >> sure. i think the key definition of whistle-blower is somebody who brings to light what political officials do in the dark that is either deceitful or illegal. and in this case, as "the new york times" article just this morning that describes that one of the revelations that he enabled that we reported i
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with a history of discrimination.are n oversight on changes on the voting laws of those jurisdictions. the obama administration expressed outrage. the justices say it is up to congress to revise the law. >> reporter: it was a dreary day today. right now we have low visibility at the golden gate bridge. we have 65 in oakland. we have cloud cover in place and a chance of early morning rain. things will clear out by the afternoon. the rest of the week warmer conditions are expected. thursday, friday, and through the weekend. we could still get wayward showers. it is moving haphazardly. the future cast pinpoints it at midnight and then through the 5:00 hour. the 8:00 hour it is through the north bay and offshore. we have cloudy conditions and then it decreases into the evening hours. tomorrow warmer than today. 82 in super cupertino. 70s for east bay shores. at the coastline we have 63 and ocean beach and 70s for the north bay. extended forecast. rain for the north bay then dryer conditions. we will warm things up as we head to the weekend. we are talking back in the 90s, even triple digits in sunda
. and this -- this validates, i think what the justice department and the obama administration did, which was going out on a limb when they did it. >> and we have been seeing this sea change in america, first of all, the majority of people now believe the same-sex marriage. a large majority believe it was inevitable, it will become the law of the land. and in fact we have we have seen three republican senators who have changed their position. >> yes. >> how much do you think, kenji, public opinion which clearly has made leaps and bounds in recent years affected the justices? >> i think it can't help but affect them. it definitely affects them, but it's hard to qualify or put a number on that. they're not always swayed by public opinion but don't live in a bubble. the fact we have 54% of this country and growing, you know, in favor of same-sex marriage at the state level and then 63% of the country in favor of striking down doma, which is just what happened, so i think that people feel there is an additional insult, right, when a state says you're married and the federal government won't recognize that,
, presuming our main goal is to get this guy in american custody? is there any way the obama administration could have done it differently? >> it would really be hard. i think what they were doing is they didn't first a ask for snowden. the reason is if he's in custody, it means they not only get custody of him, they get custody of information on the laptops. if the hong kong lis get that, it's clearly going to china. what the obama administration is trying to do, maybe if snowden keeps quiet, this will not happen. i think that was a false hope. snowden really is intending to hurt the united states. he is malicious. he's not a whistleblower. he's trying to do all these things to undermine us. >> gordon joining us with your expertise. he'll be sticking around. we need your help, international treaties, relationships around the world. we'll continue to track this stuff. >> thank you. >> a horrible scene at an ohio air show. a pilot and wing walker killed when their plane plummeted to the ground. the accident was caught on camera. we warn you, this is graphic. >> watch this. sitting on top of
serious civil war high lated what appeared to be an awkward encounter. the obama administration expected russia to consider this matter entirely separate. >> we have a strong law enforcement cooperative relationship with the russians and that relationship has resulted in the past in us returning criminals to russia, and we are expecting the russians to examine the options available to them to expel mr. snowden for his return to the united states. jenna: the press secretary speaks fluent russian, spent many years in russia working as a journalist. they are raising questions what the lack of cooperation on snowden says about the american influence abroad. >> we have extradition treat trees, relationships, we should use the relationships and if we are not able to convince our allies or other countries to actually help us with this that doesn't speak very well to how we are being viewed in the world and to our credibility. if we like to leverage our credibility and we are not successful that does not help our image whatsoever. >> in the meantime serious concerns linger about what intelligenc
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